Category: Facebook: Legal

7 ways protections for online content are being eroded

7 ways protections for online content are being eroded

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Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) is critical to the foundation of online commerce as it’s exercised today. That’s why the recent debate about tweaking it to tackle online sex trafficking pitted some of the biggest online players against the interests of some of the most vulnerable victims in our society. In the […]

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Facebook to change terms of service for members outside Europe ahead of GDPR

Facebook to change terms of service for members outside Europe ahead of GDPR

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Facebook will change the way it administers its terms of service (TOS) for 1.5 million users in Africa, Asia, Australia and Latin America, the company confirmed today. Though users in those territories previously agreed to TOS dictated by the company’s corporate entity in the EU nation of Ireland, now they must legally agree to be bound […]

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Survey: Chasm exists between brands and consumers on data privacy

Senators introduce privacy “bill of rights” to protect consumer data

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Earlier this month, U.S. senators Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.) and Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) introduced a privacy “bill of rights” to protect American consumers’ personal data. The Customer Online Notification for Stopping Edge-provider Network Transgressions (CONSENT) Act would require the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to establish privacy protections for customers of online edge providers like Facebook […]

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Facebook moves to 'fix' the News Feed by de-emphasizing commercial content

Facebook to require authorization and labeling on all political and ‘issue’ ads, verification of large Pages and more

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Facebook has introduced yet another set of changes in the wake of a scandal caused by charges that Cambridge Analytica misused Facebook user data. In a blog post Friday, Facebook executives Rob Goldman and Alex Himel announced several changes and features they said would make advertisements and Pages more transparent.The changes include required authorization and labeling of political and […]

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Senate Judiciary Committee asks CEOs of Facebook, Google, Twitter to testify on privacy

Senate Judiciary Committee asks CEOs of Facebook, Google, Twitter to testify on privacy

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And now the hearings. Earlier today, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced that it’s seeking testimony from Facebook, Google and Twitter executives on data privacy issues, triggered by the Cambridge Analytica data-mining controversy, which, as far as we know, has nothing to do with Google or Twitter. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said this past weekend that […]

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